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127 anti-government protesters released on bail

BANGKOK, Nov 27 – A total of 127 persons arrested Saturday at the protest against the government and charged with breaching the Internal...

PM revokes Internal Security Act

BANGKOK, Nov 26 - Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra today signed an order revoking the Internal Security Act (ISA) imposed in three districts of...

Pitak Siam leader absolutely abandons political activity

BANGKOK, Nov 26 – Retired Gen Boonlert Kaewprasit, self-deposed leader of the Pitak Siam group, stood firm today that his decision to totally...

Most anti-government protesters in police custody released

BANGKOK, Nov  25 –  Most Pitak Siam protesters have been released from custody after 138 of them were detained in violation of the...

Chalerm warns again against the “third hand”

BANGKOK, Nov 23 - Deputy Prime Minister Chalerm Yubumrung today repeated his earlier warning on a ‘third party’ infiltration in tomorrow’s massive rally...

Cabinet OKs using Internal Security Act to counter Saturday’s rally

BANGKOK, Nov 22 – Thailand’s cabinet resolved today to apply the Internal Security Act (ISA) to counter an anti-government rally Saturday, according to...

Internal Security Act needed to counter Saturday’s political rally

BANGKOK, Nov 22 – Thailand's Nationsl Security Council (NSC) is asking the government to enforce the Internal Security Act (ISA) in response to...

Anti-govt group leader targets 100,000 to join rally, or it’s meaningless

BANGKOK, Nov 20 – The stage is set. The crucial day is approaching. The man behind the political rally is keeping his fingers...

Pheu Thai member seeks legal action against Pitak Siam group

BANGKOK, Nov 20 -- A member of Thailand’s ruling Pheu Thai Party has filed a complaint with the country’s Crime Suppression Division Police,...

Thai authorities jittery as anti-government rally nears

BANGKOK, Nov 16 -  Security agencies concerned about the upcoming Pitak Siam anti-government rally will meet Monday at Government House in a meeting...

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